I am really new to the calculus field. I have a small problem in integration when it comes to finding the area under a curve when the curve passes beyond the negative side.
Can anyone provide me some links where I can get some good knowledge about integration ?
Thanks alot guys, really helpful.
Claude, yes as you have mentioned I am going to use cellophane (or glass paper). I've searched for 1 week in my country for colour filters and couldn't find any. Even to find a solar panel it was really difficult, but I managed to get a panel...
I am still a high school student and I want to do an experiment on a solar panel. I want filter out red light and then focus is it onto a solar panel and measure various intensities and how it relates to the variation of power output from the solar panel.
For this I suppose I should measure the...
Thanks alot for replying. We finished orbital motion just 3 days ago and he gave us a work sheet with problems to solve. I think your correct, he approximated the orbits as circular to keep thinngs simple. The equation that I am using is
r- radius of orbit
M - mass of...
I don't know but in school I learnt it in a different way. I mean in school the Kepler's third law was thought as if all the orbits were circular. But according to the definition its all elleptical, and in the school equation we won't add the planets mass, but here...
I find it difficult to expand a trinomial using the formula method (factorial method) where you can find the coefficient of any term without expanding the whole trinomial.
I can understand the binomial, but I can't do the trinomial using the general sigma notation method.
Can someone please...
Thanks alot. In mechanics in the IB they won't do angular momentum , angular acceleration and things. Did you see any questions from those too.
By the way thanks alot for the links and advice, really appreciate it. :smile:
Did you use the same guides too?
I am a little confused with this. I know what a dative bond is, but the problem is when it comes to complex ions I do not understand.
ok now for example
NH_3 + H^+ = NH_4^+
So in this the lone pair of NH3 will fill the s- subshell of H and make it stable,
but say in Cu^2^+
when this attracts...